The immune system and embracing wholeness
This workshop is offered in two weekends for graduates in North America. There is a maximum of 20 participants for the online course. Attendance is compulsory on all four days. Once you register, a link for the workshop will be send to you. Please note this workshop does not qualify for a PACT discount.
The workshop is set up for teaching of course material via presentations, self awareness experiential exercises and also for hands on work. Attendees will need someone to practice on for the hands on sessions, and they will need to be available and on time in their learning space so as to keep the flow going for the whole group. We suggest you pair up with another graduate or a practice client.
The Immune system is more than a collection of cells dedicated to a single purpose. The Immune system is ALL the cells in the body dedicated to survival. Survival in This Moment. And survival in the most vigorous potent way possible. Rapid adaptability is the name of the game. And the immune system is at the heart of our rapidly evolving, thriving organism. The two major components of the immune system, Innate immunity and Adaptive immunity, require a continuous subtle discreet successful awareness to distinguish between self and not-self, and the means to transmit this information to the whole.
Intercellular communication provides the means by which the entire organism thrives. Each system of the body has developed techniques to ensure survival. And this is what we will be investigating - the profound, instantaneous nature of cellular communication within the context of whole body dynamics.
We will explore the significant roles of DNA, Epigenetics, Plasticity, Membranes, Memory, and Marrow. As well as: Sleep & Rest,Vit D, Nutrition, Pro-biotics, Hormones, Repair & Regeneration
Ways of meeting the immune system with BCST
Pivotal nature of blood brain barrier, gut, skin
Nature of white blood cells
Trauma and the immune system
The gut microbiome
Inflammatory conditions and neuroimmunology